London, South Kensington
13 March 2001
A WILLIAM IV SILVER-GILT CLARET JUG
MARK OF CHARLES FOX, 1831-32
of baluster-form, modelled as inter-connected lily pads, raised on a rocaille and scroll motif pedestal foot, the lid and handle with bull rush motifs, the spout with a grotesque mask below, centering a later engraved inscription from the officers of the HMS Nelson, Australian Substation - 32cm (12 5/8 in), 35oz.
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